Monday, March 25, 2013

Young Justice: Legacy coming to Wii U

Superboy and Superman in video game Young Justice: Legacy

Developer Little Orbit has announced that Young Justice: Legacy, which is based on the recently cancelled animated series Young Justice, will be released on all major platforms, including the Wii U and 3DS. The game had been previously announced for the Wii, but it appears that Nintendo's previous console is no longer part of the plan.

The release date for the action RPG was recently pushed back, which was a point of concern for fans who feared that it may have been cancelled due to the failure of the show, but Little Orbit has reassured them that it is still on its way. Here's a brief word from the company's Facebook page:

The change in the street date has nothing to do with the current status of the show, this decision was made by Little Orbit. We realize this sounds like a long way off, and we would like to apologize for the long wait. We take the game very seriously, and the decision to push the title back was difficult.

We didn't know it when we named the title, but as the show airs its final episodes, "Young Justice: Legacy" has taken on an entirely new meaning for the fans.

Many of fans have also asked about the hardware platforms, which have shifted around a little. At launch the game will be available on Microsoft X360, Sony PS3, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Wii-U, and PC on Steam.

-Little Orbit

Young Justice: Legacy features a multitude of characters from the DC Comics universe who team up "to save the planet from imminent disaster. It features single-player and multiplayer gameplay, and is scheduled for release in September 2013.
Teaser trailer after the break.

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